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Love to travel to the gig with Norman but have to make do with one night only in Montreal.
Took a bit of hunting to order tix online so thought I would share this -

http://www.en.greenland.ca/event/view/king-creosote-michael-johnston-quai-des-brumes-montreal-2017-08-17-tickets-1684

- Mr Pie
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Hubbub / Re: FAO ADE (contains football and booze)
« Last post by fuctifano on Tue, Jul 18, 2017, 11:02 AM »

Cognac is dodgy wine, right?

Any port in a storm.
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Hubbub / Re: FAO ADE (contains football and booze)
« Last post by a.heathen on Mon, Jul 17, 2017, 21:37 PM »
I did see that on the ITV Central news.

Excellent chap.

Cognac is dodgy wine, right?
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Hubbub / FAO ADE (contains football and booze)
« Last post by fuctifano on Sun, Jul 16, 2017, 22:17 PM »
You may have seen this already.
Ex Birmingham and Celtic legend cult hero Olivier Tebily is now a cognac farmer.
Pint?
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An endless round of balls (parties and social events) / Re: 50
« Last post by Lavinia on Sun, Jul 16, 2017, 12:04 PM »
I was never good on the Walzer and always hated the rib tickler indeed having a wee queasy turn just now thinking about it. 
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An endless round of balls (parties and social events) / Re: 50
« Last post by czefski on Sat, Jul 15, 2017, 18:23 PM »

1. 3 year old on the Walzer?

Safe as milk - the outgoing dad was carrying a younger, albeit bigger, child. We've been on again, proper spinning this time, and I've felt queasy for the past 20 hours so we're giving it a miss tonight. I hope that's not the RSPCC van parked along there ...

2. backing tape of folk talking?

Alice Through The Looking Glass, as essential to our pretentious set as Philip Glass.

3. what was written on his hand at Tynemouth?

The chorus lyrics for Surface. Only Hannah remembers them in the right order (I should've known to write them on the inside of my forearm) the joke being that a'b'dy with the vision of a hawk was more than welcome to sing along.

When we were in Florida, touring the theme parks, I could go on any and every roller-coaster, but felt sick for days having had to go on the spinning tea-cup things that are meant for small kids. A turn on the Waltzers would have me lying in a darkened room for a number of days.
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An endless round of balls (parties and social events) / Re: 50
« Last post by kwaing on Sat, Jul 15, 2017, 17:43 PM »

1. 3 year old on the Walzer?

Safe as milk - the outgoing dad was carrying a younger, albeit bigger, child. We've been on again, proper spinning this time, and I've felt queasy for the past 20 hours so we're giving it a miss tonight. I hope that's not the RSPCC van parked along there ...

2. backing tape of folk talking?

Alice Through The Looking Glass, as essential to our pretentious set as Philip Glass.

3. what was written on his hand at Tynemouth?

The chorus lyrics for Surface. Only Hannah remembers them in the right order (I should've known to write them on the inside of my forearm) the joke being that a'b'dy with the vision of a hawk was more than welcome to sing along.




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Hubbub / Re: The Burns Unit - BBC Radio Scotland Session (04/11/10)
« Last post by czefski on Fri, Jul 14, 2017, 16:42 PM »
Does anyone have a high quality recording of this fine session that they'd be willing to share?

I downloaded an amazing version of Helpless To Turn from the Peenko blog years ago, that was taken from this session.

Would love to hear the rest of it...if it exists/anyone has it?

If this is a naughty request, please feel free to delete this Mr Janny.

For anyone curious about just how stunning this version is, it can be heard at 43.20 here:

https://soundcloud.com/ravedamage/fenced-goods-mixtape

Great mix Dave, you are spot on about Helpless to Turn, cracking version.
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Hubbub / Re: The Burns Unit - BBC Radio Scotland Session (04/11/10)
« Last post by ravedamage on Fri, Jul 14, 2017, 13:00 PM »
This is a great mix. Was it a mixclub one? I seem to remember Leckers reviewing it.

Should we do another mixclub? There's only about 5 folk who actually do it. If anyone really wants to i'll arrange it.

But to answer the question no I don't have a copy of this but it is beautiful.

I really like the version of dry the rain on this mix as well.

Lunch?

It was for a Mixclub, aye...a guid few years ago now. I remember it was meant to be Fence music only (or something)...I made some hella tenuous links in mine.
(The Steve Mason collaboration for some soundtrack is spellbinding an' aw)

Would be well up for another Mixclub...I'm still waiting on a review of my last ane. You will find said mix on me Soundclonk too...tis the most recent addition.
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